In ‘drink Champs,’ Kanye West Talks About Floyd, Pete, Kim, and Jews!

Kanye West has taken to social media once again, and this time he is saying a lot, including some controversial comments about George Floyd that are drawing a lot of criticism.

During a recent appearance on ‘Drink Champs,’ he sat down with N.O.R.E. and let a lot of steam out, including his agreement with Candace Owens’ claims in her new documentary, ‘The Greatest Lie Ever Sold,’ concerning BLM.

To be more specific Kanye reiterates an argument made by Candace, namely that, contrary to Derek Chauvin’s assertions, George Floyd died not from being pinned down by him for 9 minutes but rather from an overdose of drugs and other preexisting problems including heart disease.

This was also a point made by Chauvin’s defense attorney in court, despite contradictory testimony from experts being disregarded by the jury. This new perspective is hilarious, considering that Kanye footed the bill for George’s daughter’s further education.

Whatever the case, Ye is taking some heat on Twitter, but that’s not the only contentious item he discussed on ‘DC.’ He went on to accuse many people, including Pete Davidson, Trevor Noah, Diddy, Meek Mill, Jay-Z, and his ex-girlfriend, Kim Kardashian.

He also makes repeated references to Jews, propagating anti-Semitic stereotypes that Jews “control the media” and are trying to portray him as an abuser. He has criticized the recent fireplace anecdote featured on “The Kardashians” and dubbed PD a “heroin addict.”

KW also attacked other rappers Puff and Meek. He implied that at least one of them was a “fed” and dubbed them “fake hard.”

Then, Kanye seemed to confirm that Drake has dated Kris Jenner in the past by bringing up the name of her current boyfriend, Corey Gamble. In addition, he proclaimed Drake to be the best rapper of all time and claimed to have Googled the man’s address.

There’s so much more, such as his complaints against JP Morgan Chase, Make America Great Again, the Clintons, vaccines, White Lives Matter, etc. On Sunday, you can watch the complete show on Revolt TV.